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In this popular African-American sitcom, Will Smith (played by Will Smith in his first acting gig) is a street-smart teenager from West Philadelphia, who is sent to live with his wealthy relatives at their Bel-Air mansion in Los Angeles, California by his mother after getting into a fight with some thugs whilst playing basketball. His relatives include Philip Banks (played by James Avery), Will's strict and gruff uncle, who is a successful lawyer (later Judge) and Vivian Banks (played by Janet Hubert and later by Daphne Reid), Will's no-nonsense, forthright, and career-minded aunt who is a University Professor. Other members of the Banks family include Carlton Banks (played by Alfonso Ribeiro), Will's preppy and arrogant cousin, Hilary Banks (played by Karyn Parsons), Will's attractive but dull-witted, eldest cousin, Ashley Banks (played by Tatyana Ali), Will's youngest cousin who often looks u to Will, and Geoffrey, the family's cynical Butler. Will's working class background ends up clashing in various humorous ways with the upper class world of the Banks and frequently got him or other members of the family into trouble as well.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 10, 1990

Also Known As: El Principe de Bel Air, Prince de Bel-Air |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, G), Brazil (Livre) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

rap music
family relationships

Company Credits

Production Co: NBC Productions, Quincy Jones Entertainment |  See more »


Shavar Ross
as Noah
Leslie Redden
as Girl #2
Rachel True
as Rhetta
Mary Watson
as Monique
Hugh Dane
as Fred Lomax Jr./Nelson
Mark Arnott
as Professor Kemp
Paul Ganus
as Jim
Shelley Jensen
as Executive
Jimmy Hamilton
as Stepper
Darlene Kardon
as Madge
Angela Gordon
as Gloria
David Nelson
as Boyfriend
Dave Florek
as Coach Smiley
Rob Moore
as Nerdy Frat Guy
Kimberly Cullum
as Nancy
Mike Pniewski
as Mark Driscoll
Jay Arlen Jones
as Manager
Zachery Ty Bryan
as Steve
Bell Biv DeVoe
as Themselves
Bree Walker
as Self
Ashaa Siewkumar
as Girl #1
Mindy Seeger
as Carla
Brad Garrett
as John 'Fingers' O'Neill
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
as Self
Mel Johnson Jr.
as Harrison
D'Mitch Davis
as Sheriff
Bobby McGee
as Man #1/Tommy
Evander Holyfield
as Self
Rana Kirkland
as Amanda Holloway
Tempestt Bledsoe
as Self
Tom Henschel
as Mr. Greenspan/Ron
Queen Latifah
as Dee Dee/Marissa Redman
Marc Epstein
as State Marshal
Jackie Roberts
as INS Agent
Susan Bambara
as Dealer #1
Darneicea Corley
as Caroler #6
Juanita Jennings
as Nurse
Jeremiah Kennedy
as Baby Carlton
Brian Levinson
as Michael
JoNell Kennedy
as Karen
Marley McClean
as Kid
Andre Rosey Brown
as Tiny
Zsa Zsa Gabor
as Sonya Lamor
Everett Wong
as Caroler #2
Dominique Jennings
as Therapist
David Tyler
as Timid Guy
Max Maven
as The Great Mentos
Jonathan Thompson
as Rapper
Quincy Jones
as Self
Terrence O'Connor
as Norma
Denyn Pysz
as Republican at Camp
Janet Capra
as Homeless Woman
Pat Crawford Brown
as Lady/Nurse
Terrence Evans
as Trucker
Malcolm-Jamal Warner
as Eric Sanders/Self
Carol Barbee
as Pamela
Bernadette Luckett
as M.C.
Phil Proctor
as Auctioneer
Rosalind Cash
as Mrs. Bassin
Gregory Wheeler
as 5-year-old Nicky
Lewis Dix Jr.
as Security Guard
Phil Morris
as Prof. Scott Burton
Rose Jackson
as Simone
Isabel Sanford
as Louise Jefferson
Keith Burke
as Weight Lifter
Eyde Byrde
as Irene
M.C. Gainey
as Luther
David Bowe
as Director/Jerry DeCarlo
Erick Avari
as Cedric
Arif S. Kinchen
as Student
Paige Tamada
as Blue Bird #2/Jessie
William Glover
as Lord Fowler
Mike Devey
as Dealer #3
Naomi Campbell
as Helen
Vincent Ventresca
as Alex
Tom Devanney
as Karaoke Man
John Achorn
as Cable Guy
Vicki Wauchope
as Caroler #5
Monica Allison
as Cheerleader #1/Michelle/Michelle Williams
Allan Wasserman
as Frank
Obaka Adedunyo
as Reverend
Pat Morita
as Mr. Yoshi
David Wells
as Mitchell Conklin
Galyn Görg
as Helena
Marjean Holden
as Shantay
Tatyana Ali
as Ashley Banks/Self
Clea Lewis
as Krista
Jeanne Mori
as Reporter #1
Morgan Nagler
as Tina
John Amos
as Fred Wilkes
Cleto Augusto
as Jerry, the Director
Cynthena Sanders
as Angela
Craig Kirkwood
as Frederick
Michelle Buffone
as Mother
Kymberly Newberry
as Andrea/Shauna
Richard Gloria
as Aligaroo
Patricia Clipper
as Pen Salesgirl
Shanga Parker
as Robert
Matt Moore
as Matt
Reno Wilson
as Steve
Lark Voorhies
as Cindy
Jack Tate
as Mitchell
Joel Madison
as Mr. Stimple
Jeff Hayenga
as Waiter
Kevin Cooney
as Whitey
Kelly Connell
as Gadgets Salesperson
Shirley Mitchell
as Mrs. Lang
Alain Mickelson
as Hotel Patron/Party Guest/School Teacher
Nicholas Rutherford
as Caroler #3
Bill Filipiak
as Game Show Contestant
Tara Davis
as Girl
Ernest 'Tron' Anderson
as Man at Drive-In/Word
Suli McCullough
as Dexter
Jim Jansen
as Bob Mercer/Dobson
Paul Motley
as Raggedy Man
Clyde Risley Jones
as Cabbie
Earl Boen
as Ed
William Upton
as Bouncer
Shawn Woodward
as Veronica
Timilee Romolini
as Dancer in Class
Marla Gibbs
as Florence Johnston
Melvin Jones
as Tough Guy
Dorien Wilson
as Juggles
Mother Love
as Agnes
Sarah Buxton
as Kimmy
Tamala Jones
as Tiffany
Julie Lloyd
as Registrar
Valerie Jones
as Lisa/Young Hilary
Gregg Kovan
as Croupier
Aaron Lustig
as Dr. Hangarter
Lyn Alicia Henderson
as Stage Manager
Daina House
as Girl with Carlton Banks
Antonio Fargas
as Lamont Kelly
Larry Marks
as Jed
Valentina Marie Lomborg
as Audience Member/Bell Biv Devoe Music Video Girl/Campaign Worker
General S. James
as Audience Member
Milton Berle
as Max Jakey
Barry Wiggins
as Doctor
Phil LaMarr
as Edward
Nia Long
as Lisa Wilkes/Claudia Prescott
Jack Heller
as Phillipe
Robin Givens
as Denise
Norman Fell
as The Landlord
Ashley Jensen
as Connie
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
as Helen
Hank Azaria
as Policeman
Monica Guy
as Danielle
Ken Griffey Jr.
as Self
Cheryl Maxfield
as Hostess
Bob Pepper
as Beer Drinking Hillbilly
Monica Lundry
as Woman
Shaun Baker
as Bystander
Hiram Kasten
as Vet
Frederick Dawson
as Janitor
Chad Ayers
as Mignon
Zaid Farid
as Workman
Ellis Williams
as Curtis
Gregory Fleming
as Preppy Frat Guy
B.J. Jefferson
as Ms. Rinkoff
Monique Mannen
as Renee
Bernie Kopell
as Doc
Michael Rapaport
as Mike
Samantha Dorman
as Playmate #4
Marcus D. LeGall III
as Stepper
Anthony Auer
as Newscaster
Robin Quivers
as Judith
Victoria Rowell
as Mimi Mumford
Viva Vinson
as Blayne
Liza Siegel
as Woman at Market
Laurel Moglen
as Elizabeth
Lanier Edwards
as Guy at the Bowling Alley
Karyn Parsons
as Hilary Banks/Self
Bette Ford
as Madame Chatchka
Jim Meskimen
as Werner/Prof. Jeremy Mansfield
Christine Brady
as Make-Up Girl
Nicole Niblack
as Reporter
Greg Travis
as Comedian
Robert Hooks
as Dean Morgan
Charlayne Woodard
as Janice
Minnie Summers Lindsey
as Woman
Marius Mazmanian
as Jacques
Jamy Woodbury
as Aligaroo
Hill Harper
as Dana
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
as Slick
William Cort
as Headmaster Wallace Thorvald
Nancy Giles
as Madie
Jonathan Williams
as Jody
Obba Babatundé
as Gordy Berry
Tisha Campbell
as Kathleen
Robert Guillaume
as Pete Fletcher
Debra Mooney
as Nurse Petty
Robert Munns
as Judge Walker
Tim Haldeman
as Bailiff/Security Guard
Parley Baer
as Woodrow
Vernee Watson
as Viola 'Vy' Smith
Jack Kruschen
as Mr. Melville
Elsa Raven
as Ida Pollock
Alissa Dowdy
as Student #4
Sunday Theodore
as Clerk
Donald Welch
as Detective Simms
Rick Fitts
as Professor Milligan
Mike Soccio
as Mike
Kathleen McClellan
as Nurse Bonnie
Nichole Carter
as LaTanya
Narcissa Marte
as Stephanie
Don Yesso
as Tony
E.R. Davies
as Joe
Diane Racine
as Gladys
Dell Yount
as Dr. Kramer
Mushond Lee
as Orlando
Mario Singleton
as Ashley's Boyfriend
Tevin Campbell
as Little T
Israel Juarbe
as Jesse
Lorraine Olivia
as Playmate #2
William Shatner
as William Shatner
Nicholas Shaffer
as Waiter
Jacques Apollo Bolton
as Omar
Allen Payne
as Marcus Stokes
Jake Price
as Randolph
Joe Demonico
as Clerk
Sherrié Austin
as Lady Penelope
Carol-Ann Jeffers
as Gia
Leanne Griffin
as Mom
Lou Felder
as Howard Marshall
Charley Lang
as Arnold Tish
Tatiana Thumbtzen
as Sexy Girl
Russell Gannon
as Hippie
Monalisa Young
as Backup Singer
Conrad Bain
as Philip Drummond
Richard Penn
as Brett
Eddie Gorodetsky
as Mr. Considine
Kareen Germain
as Nurse
Nancy Cartwright
as Ruby Jillette
Christopher Judge
as Workman
Tom Williams
as Baby/Baby V.O.
Judy Prescott
as Gina
Lee Ryan
as Dan
Jaclyn Bernstein
as Girl at Party
Lela Rochon
as Cindy
Victoria Genisce
as Lisa's College Friend
Dick Clark
as Self
Gregory White
as Minister
Patrick Van Horn
as Simon Stanhope
John Ridley
as Self
Keith Hamilton Cobb
as Royce #1
Edward Edwards
as Assistant Headmaster Armstrong
Natalie Venetia Belcon
as Joann Morgan
Sullivan Walker
as Reverend Boyd
Lance E. Nichols
as Producer
Chris Jaymes
as Chad
Mark Roberts
as Mr. Spiegel
Beverly Jackson
as Nurse Avner/Bailiff/Cindy/Juror #1/Ms. Baldwin/Pawn Shop Customer/Stage Manager
Arthel Neville
as Self
Tembi Locke
as Valerie Johnson
A.J. Johnson
as Christina Johnson
Bobby Hosea
as Dr. Alec Hudson
Steven Saltz
as Student
Heavy D
as Self
Felton Perry
as Lester
Farrell Mayer
as Dealer #2
Daphne Reid
as Vivian Banks/Self
Adam Sneller
as Bobby Greenspan
Gina Ravera
as Cheryl
Johari Johnson
as Bridesmaid/Customer/Party Girl/Vanessa/Waitress
Helen Page Camp
as Margaret Furth/Margaret
Ralph Manza
as Bob Doomie
Richard Roat
as Barton Grey
Thom Barry
as Cop
Brian Stokes Mitchell
as Trevor
Susan Isaacs
as Casting Director
Pancho Demmings
as Handsome Man
Kent King
as Monique
Ashley Bank
as Sasha
June Christopher
as Luther's Lawyer
Christopher Michael
as Juror #2
Vanessa Williams
as Danny Mitchell
Dominic Hoffman
as Dr. Kevarkian
John David Conti
as Joe Winters
Jim Mapp
as Art
Christa Miller
as Girl
Grinnell Morris
as Yuppie in Bar
Ashley Monique Clark
as Blue Bird #3
Ross Bagley
as Nicky Banks/Self
Arnold Johnson
as Sam
James Gleason
as Jake Maxwell
Scotty Brulee
as Al
Mark C. Phelan
as Lieutenant Hendricks
Marc Thompson
as UCLA Student/ULA student
Ron Fassler
as Lee Cohen
Kenya Moore
as Dana
Roxanne Beckford
as Bride
Anastasia N. Ali
as Little Ashley/Trick-or-Treater
Karen Kirkland
as Veronica
Don Cornelius
as Self
Hugh Hefner
as Self
Gregory Alan Williams
as Security Guard
DeJuan Guy
as Billy
Joel Weiss
as Hoodlum #1/Leering Man
Adam Lawson
as Playboy Mansion Butler
Curtis Blanck
as Nicky's Friend
Elisa Schuyler
as Sorority Sister
Mark Ballou
as John
Steve Minsky
as Preppy Frat Guy
Ahmad Stoner
as Bobby
Anne Wyndham
as Janine
Jewelie Hull
as Student #3
Michole Briana White
as Lindsey Simon/Lisa
Tony Longo
as Otis
John Cothran
as Minister
Charles Robinson
as Ernest
Juan Pope
as Bennie
Enya Flack
as Carlotta
Ajai Sanders
as Candace/Jana
Daphne Maxwell Reid
Tarpon London
as Jazz Jr.
Steve Nevil
as Homer
Jamie Openden
as Caroler #4
Traci Bingham
as Santa Helper
Zak Knutson
as Football Player #2
Christina Harley
as Girl #1
Phillip Cox
as Stepper
Dante Basco
as Kevin
London Garcia
as Club Patron
Senait Ashenafi
as Sexy Coed
Jock Simmons
as Dancer
Shawn Murray
as Veronica
Jeri Gray
as Elderly Lady #1/Woman #1
Chris Williams
as Paramedic #1
Leann Hunley
as Joan
Kenneth Tigar
as Mr. Knotts
Marci Brickhouse
as Pat
Rodney Ross
as Marcus Jr.
Bill Balas
as Mark Russo
Ai Wan
as Baby
Barbara Montgomery
as Woman #1
Jay Bell
as Sandford
Dan Desmond
as Sergeant
Daniel Trent
as Carl
Al Fann
as Herman Clifford
Stephanie Sawyer
as Little Girl
Janet Hubert
as Vivian Banks
Brad Bartlett
as UCLA Student
Jeff Chayette
as Louie
James Reeder
as Deputy
Floyd Roger Myers Jr.
as Young Will
John Roarke
as Ronald Reagan Impersonator
Gary Coleman
as Arnold Jackson-Drummond
Gregory Sierra
as Hector
Don Amendolia
as Mr. Cummings
as Claudia Watson
Don Sparks
as Fred
Rosa Nevin
as Francesca
Donald Trump
as Donald Trump
Renée Jones
as Miss Sharpe
Isiah Thomas
as Self
James Avery
as Philip Banks/Self
DeVaughn Nixon
as Shaquille
John Witherspoon
as Augustus Adams
Davida Williams
as Blue Bird #1
Dick O'Neill
as Santa Claus
Tyra Banks
as Jackie Ames
Monty Hoffman
as Dougie
Marla Maples
as Marla Maples Trump
Lance Robinson
as Student #3
Dax Biagas
as Jason
Jaime Cardriche
as Mad Dog
Lance Reed
as Ranger Franklin
Matthew Faison
as John Carnegie
Robby George
as Student
Vivica A. Fox
as Janet
Michael Weiner
as Kellogg Lieberbaum
Tom Lister Jr.
as Tiny
Nicholle Tom
as Zoey
Dale Jones
as Sheriff
Joseph Marcell
as Geoffrey Butler/Self
Karen Malina White
as Jewel Robertson
Stephen Poletti
as Rich
Tom O'Rourke
as Jameson Whitworth
Cynthia Szigeti
as Mrs. Griffin
Marcus T. Paulk
as Little Boy
Chris Rock
as Jasmine Perry/Maurice Perry
John Petlock
as Henry Furth/Henry Firth
Rachel Andersen
as Julie
Mary Deese
as Mommy
Tom Virtue
as Cop/Forest Ranger
Wally Wingert
as Lottery Host
Ivory Ocean
as Joe
Justin Shenkarow
as Kevin Driscoll
Carl Gilliard
as Defense Attorney
Leeza Gibbons
as Self
Tina Lifford
as Mrs. Hoover
Lamont Johnson
as Guy at Party
Hawthorne James
as George
Mimi Cozzens
as Mrs. Pullman
Randy Josselyn
as Student
Roumel Reaux
as Choreographer
Terry Kiser
as Mr. Hosek
Herman Cox
as Heckler
Ed Cambridge
as Lou
Donald Grant
as Lawyer
Tim Russ
as Eugene/Agent Collins
Jay R. Goldenberg
as Ramone
Jasmine Guy
as Kayla Samuels
Alan F. Smith
as Rick
Arnetia Walker
as Samantha
Angelle Brooks
as Angie
Daniel Riordan
as Stan
Pía Reyes
as Playmate #5
Steve Ireland
as Richard West
Robert Costanzo
as Duke
Christopher Kirby
as Mr. Clark
B.B. King
as Pappy
Richard Roundtree
as Dr. Mumford/Rev. Gordon Sims
Peter Schreiner
as Mort
Jeff Doucette
as Coach Kelly
Casey Sander
as Fred
Cal Gibson
as Choirmaster Hawkins
Jenifer Lewis
as Aunt Helen
Rusty Schwimmer
as Big Bertha
Will Smith
as Will Smith/Self
Tanya Moore
as Girl
Jeanine Michelle
as Candy/Girl
Paris Vaughan
as Melinda
David Coburn
as Todd
Kiyano La'vin
as Gary-Gay Weightlifter/Supprt.
Victoria Morsell
as Lydia Marshall
as Leslie
Riddick Bowe
as Bo
Nancy Saenz
as Teacher
Kai Soremekun
as Denise
Ramon Choyce
as Barkley
Darryl Sivad
as Counselor/Fire Chief/Paramedic/Ranger
Gloria Koehn Straube
as Girl in Elevator
Mary Kathleen Gordon
as Teacher
Don Cheadle
as Ice Tray
Kadeem Hardison
as Self
Glenn Plummer
as Top Dog
J'Vonne Pearson
as Chuck
Daryl Mitchell
as Chill
Jay Leno
as Self
Carmen Filpi
as Mike
Montrose Hagins
as Old Woman
Sherman Hemsley
as Judge Carl Robertson/George Jefferson
David Downing
as Presenter/Reverend White
Mike Barr
as Dancer
Doctor Dré
as Self
Kathy Griffin
as Susan Klein
Thomas Bellin
as Rude Old Guy
Glenn Shadix
as Ralph Scorpius
John Wesley
as Dr. Hoover
Richardson Morse
as Dr. Finkelbaum
Tim Jones
as Stage Manager
David Henry Sterry
as Hollenbeck/Ian
Renee Tenison
as Katie
Royce Wallace
as Aunt Eleanor
Robert Torti
as Frank Schaeffer
Eric Simmons
as Guy in Gym
Jared Murphy
as Stinky McGuire
Jaleel White
as Derek
John Beradino
as Dr. Harding
Spankee Rodgers
as Party Guest #2/Student #1
Lisa Nunziella
as Dancer
Amy Hunter
as Samantha
Bill Blair
as Video Crew Electrician
Bo Jackson
as Self
Olivia Brown
as Lola
Marge Kotlisky
as Mrs. DeWynter
Kyausha Simpson
as Cheerleader #2
Marlon Archey
as Hygienist
Eda Reiss Merin
as Mrs. Sweeting
Tamra Meskimen
as Spokeswoman
Elisabeth Harnois
as Steffi
Maxine Waters Willard
as Backup Singer
John Towey
as Country Club Representative
Sondra Spriggs
as Female Cop
Cady Cantrell
as Playmate #3
Brittany Levenbrown
as Caroler #1
Leo Weltman
as Pavoratti
Juliette Jeffers
as Candace
Marc Robinson
as Kevin/Robert
Cynthia Green
as Robin
Tim Silva
as Jury Foreman
Tanya Baetz
as Tanya
Howard Mann
as Mr. Gorodetsky
Jonathan Kennedy
as Baby Carlton
Gibson Frazier
as Bobby Mercer
Regis Philbin
as Self
Eric Christmas
as Cecil
Fredia Gibbs
as Woman #2
Larenz Tate
as Kenny
Dameon Harris
as Stepper
Brian Carpenter
as Bailiff
Billy Stevenson
as Mall Cop
Kathie Lee Gifford
as Self
Bill Overton
as Robert Watson
Frank Noon
as Crazed Guy in the Peacock
Joan McMurtrey
as Barbara Simone
Louis Plante
as Michel
Ken Ober
as Howard
LaRita Shelby
as Young Vivian
Sharon Brown
as Cindy
Boyz II Men
as Themselves
Taylor Negron
as Vic
Julia Waters
as Backup Singer
Dennis Burkley
as Hatfield McCoy
Joan Van Ark
as Jewel Pemberton
Bob Eubanks
as Bob Eubanks
Tom Holiday
as Handsome Man
Pam Grier
as Janice Robertson
Sandy Frank
as Peter Leonard
Brian Jay
as Alligaroo #1
Milo Ventimiglia
as Party Guest #1
Jermaine Montell
as Pledgee
Sidney Chankin
as Man
Isaac Hayes
as Minister
Iva Franks Singer
as Woman #1
Deano Georgio
as Dancer
Steve Lewis Wilson
as The Janitor
Ben Vereen
as Lou Smith
Elise Neal
as Wendy Robertson
Vicki Bakken
as Queen of England
Stacii Jae Johnson
as Attendant
Peter Lurie
as Host on Home Shopping Network
Macon McCalman
as Dr. Baylor
Susan Powter
as Self
Lisa Fuller
as Toni
Caitlin Wachs
as Penny Jillette
Chi McBride
as Ed Barker
Garon Grigsby
as Skip Nesbitt
Patricia Coleman
as Prison Matron
Virginia Capers
as Hattie Banks
Marj Dusay
as Sarah Carnegie
Rolondas Hendricks
as Jamal/Man in Chapel/Security Guard
Robert Pike Daniel
as Skippy
Ryan Holihan
as Nerdy Frat Guy
William Thomas Jr.
as David
Tyler Collins
as Cindy
Mari Morrow
as Cindy
Christopher Birt
as Waiter
Delane Vaughn
as Lindsay
Lee Cole
as Psycho on Train
Gary LeRoi Gray
as Young Carlton
Larry Jones
as Aligaroo/Alligaroo #2
Cheri Caspari
as Shannon
James Tolkan
as Dr. Oates
Christopher Carroll
as Mr. Wilmore
Nita Whitaker
as Nurse Upton
DJ Jazzy Jeff
as Jazz
Stephen King
as Stepper
Elayn J. Taylor
as Sylvia
Duane Taniguchi
as Yuki
Richard McKenzie
as Judge Harry Wilson
Rodney Kageyama
as Mr. Uesato
J.D. Hall
as Charlie Mack
Royale Edward
as Car Buyer
Gavin I. Glynn
as Matt- Hells Angel
Harriet Medin
as Elderly Woman
Patty Holly
as Security Guard
D.L. Hughley
as Keith Campbell
David Drew Gallagher
as Nerdy Frat Guy
Stacey Dash
as Michelle Michaels
Naya Rivera
as Cindy
Deborah Swisher
as Alexis
John Lizzi
as Soap Opera Actor
Mark Morales
as Aligaroo/Alligaroo #3
Rod Knoll
as Aligaroo
Evan Lionel Smith
as Wedding Guest
Emma Nasedra
as Dani
Earl Carroll
as Bailiff
William Hubbard Knight
as Funeral Offical
Peggy Blow
as Marge Smallwood
Sharon Kisekka
as Girl
Robert Covarrubias
as Gardner
Lori Banks
as Tina
Jonathan Emerson
as Ned Fellows/Edward Fellows III
Jim Fyfe
as Agent Moore
Margaret Nagle
as Miss Jensen
George Wallace
as George
Alexander Folk
as Player #1
Larry Dorn Jr.
as Jordan
Nicole Bilderback
as Janet
Kevin Brief
as Mr. Bradley
Andrew Bilgore
as Waiter
Khafre King
as Kid at Party
Alexandra Smothers
as Girl with Beach Ball
Craig Shoemaker
as Louis
Paige Carter
as Receptionist
Marty Parker
as Guy in Bar
Michelle Simms
as Michelle
Al B. Sure!
as Self
Tom Jones
as Guardian Angel
Samm-Art Williams
as Thug
Bruce Fine
as Announcer
Cee Cee Michaela
as Tina
Lisa Marie Todd
as Shawna
Russell McConnell
as Cop #2
Charles E. Alston
as Charlie
Yunoka Doyle
as Keesha
Anna Maria Horsford
as Karen Caruthers
Will Sasso
as Classmate
Don Lake
as Dr. Whitehorn
Alfonso Ribeiro
as Carlton Banks/Self
Al Taylor
as Thug
Joseph Chapman
as Maurice
Tawnni Cable
as Playmate #1
Doreen Brown
as Rhonda
Judy Gillett
as Beautiful Woman
Darnell Suttles
as Johnny
Jeff Maynard
as Joel/Salesman
Omarr Rambert
as Dancer
Wayne Newton
as Casino Manager
Perry Moore
as Tyriq Johnson
Rusty Colemon
as Stage Manager
Armelia McQueen
as Judge
Michael Whaley
as Young Philip
Vernon Jackson
as Stepper
Kim Fields
as Monique/Self
Jullian Dulce Vida
as Dominic
Branford Marsalis
as Duane/Self
David Bortolucci
as Mike
Michael Landes
as Chadney Hunt
Marvyn Byrkett
as Bailiff
Cree Summer
as Lisa Adams
Duane Martin
as Dr. Duane/Duane
Tony Pierce
as Lucille
Ebony Monique Solomon
as Paula Hoover
Lee Weaver
as Ed Downer
Ron Perkins
as O'Donnell
DeEdyre J. Burks
as Nina
Loretta Jean
as Elderly Lady #2/Woman #2
Cylk Cozart
as Hank Farley
Raymond McLeod
as Bob
Lisa Marie Russell
as Paula
Mark Chalant Phifer
as Kyle
Scott Michael Morgan
as Preppy Frat Guy
Marquita Terry
as Laqueesha
Gilbert Lewis
as Joe Banks
Devika Parikh
as Gayle
Lahmard J. Tate
as Groom
Garcelle Beauvais
as Sandra/Self/Veronica
Diedrich Bader
as Frank Schaeffer
Keith Bogart
as Jonathan Cartwell
Nichole Francois
as Courtney
David Wasson
as Derek
Toney Smith
as Guy #1
Oprah Winfrey
as Self
Ian Patrick Williams
as Johnny Soccio
Elliott J. Brown
as Marcus Bixby
Michael Clarke Duncan
as Tiny
Jose Smith Jr.
as College Reporter
Max Miller
as Kid
Beatriz Fox
as Playboy Bunny
Brandon Quintin Adams
as Bryan/Ramon
Paige Pengra
as Tiffany

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1990 | 25 Episodes

Season 2

1991 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

1992 | 24 Episodes

Season 4

1993 | 26 Episodes

Season 5

1994 | 25 Episodes

Season 6

1995 | 24 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Image Awards (NAACP) 1991


Image Awards (NAACP)

Outstanding Comedy Series

Kids' Choice Awards, USA 1991


Kids' Choice Awards, USA

Favorite TV Actor

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